Burleigh Heads, home of all things (and people) fun and delightful, is getting something even more fun and delightful in the form of a pop up beach bar and that’s pretty much our lives complete Gold Coasters.
As part of Bleach* the Gold Coast Festival, The Burleigh Bleach* Club will be the Gold Coast’s first ever bar on the beach (somehow) and it’s going to be a very good time.
Think European summer meets our very own coastal chill (best) with deck chairs, day beds and stunning sunsets, all with toes in the sand and a beverage in hand (poem, you’re welcome).
The custom built bar will be the perfect viewing platform for musical performances by the likes of Montaigne and Mama Kin Spender plus the epic time that is Pub Choir and a host of other incredible shows.
Excitingly, Gold Coast faves The Collective Palm Beach have jumped on board to provide their usual next-level menu of tasty eats to enjoy pre or post show, or simply while you watch the sun set on Burleigh beach.
From mushroom and truffle arancini, vegetable gyoza and fresh Queensland peeled prawns, to a chicken quesadilla, gnocchi bolognese and a chicken deluxe burger, we’ll all be living our best lives as of April 17th friends.
ALSO, thanks to their fancy technological things, you can order food and drinks from your day bed via digital pay and go menus, there’s no need to leave the beach, all the goodies (including drinks) can be delivered to you while you laze about on the beach.
The Burleigh Bleach* club is a 500 person capacity bar and restaurant on the sand, it’s family-friendly and anyone can join in the fun. The bar will offer Burleigh Brewing’s Mid-Tide plus a range of Witches Falls house and premium wines, soft drink and many more tasty tipples.
If you’re keen for a view from the top, Bleach* has also created a Top Bar, found at Justin’s Park in Burleigh.
Make sure you pop down to the pop up (ha) for guaranteed good times friends.
We’re a lucky lot aren’t we.
LOCATION: Burleigh Heads beach
WHEN: Wednesday April 17th until Sunday April 28th from 2pm to 10pm daily.
Words by Kirra Smith